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Education programming 101: destroy logic

Education programming 101: destroy logic

        By Jon Rappoport Once upon a time, in medieval universities, new students enrolled in the Trivium. It was the foundation curriculum. It was required. Its parts were: grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Grammar: the interior construction of language. Logic: the valid and invalid connections in the course of a formal argument; the […]

VIDEO: Teachers unions, Common Core and other roadblocks to reform

VIDEO: Teachers unions, Common Core and other roadblocks to reform

Election Results Set Up Year Of Common Core Clashes

Election Results Set Up Year Of Common Core Clashes

After lurking beneath the surface for several years as it was quietly implemented in over 90 percent of the country, try Common Core surged to prominence in the past two year to become a major issue in dozens of primaries and state-level races around the country. While 2014 was the first election where candidate’s support […]

California Teachers Brace For Impact

California Teachers Brace For Impact

Teachers Now Lack Faith In Common Core Too

Teachers Now Lack Faith In Common Core Too

  Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ . One day after a poll showing that a plurality of parents split opinions on Common Core, another survey by Gallup shows that public school teachers are having major doubts about the new multistate education standards as well. According to Gallup’s survey, only 41 percent of teachers view Common […]

We Now Have a Smart Exit Strategy from Common Core

We Now Have a Smart Exit Strategy from Common Core

Of Pirates and Bureaucrats–a tale of how local bureaucrats took down a small private school

Of Pirates and Bureaucrats–a tale of how local bureaucrats took down a small private school

Editor’s Note: Though Brian Kearsey’s tale of wow with his local bureaucracy and the demise of an innovative private school took place due north of New York City, unfortunately, it’s a tale that’s being played out all across this country.  It is the story of an American dream crushed by the machine. By Brian Kearsey […]

Many Millions are Awakening, but Big Brother Continues to Advance

Many Millions are Awakening, but Big Brother Continues to Advance

According to this article in USA Today, as an example of Big Brother in the Classroom, the NY State Education Department has received over $40 million in federal and state grants to track its subjects “from preschool to college to the workforce and, potentially, throughout their lives.” By the end of 2015, the data should […]